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internal tools

Open-source low-code framework to build & deploy internal tools within minutes.

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Connect to your datasources

Connect to databases, services, cloud storages and custom API endpoints to fetch data and take actions.

Databases

Connect to PostgreSQL, MySQL, Cloud Firestore, MongoDB, Elasticsearch and many other databases.

APIs

ToolJet can compose REST API requests with support for authentication using OAuth2.

Services

Integration with services like Google Sheets, Airtable, Stripe, Slack and more.

Cloud storages

ToolJet can connect to AWS S3 and Google Cloud Storage. Operations such as reading from files, uploading files, listing files etc are supported.

ToolJet does not store any data returned from your data sources.ToolJet server just proxies the requests to your data sources. Also,the datasource credentials are securely encrypted before storing.
Your data never leaves your VPC if you are deploying ToolJet on-premises.

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Low-code frontend builder

Build internal tools in minutes using our pre-built components like Tables, Charts, Maps, Buttons and more.

Drag and drop builder

Drop components, resize, adjust position, change colors etc can be done using the visual app editor.

30+ UI components

In-built components include tables, charts, buttons, form elements, maps, rich text editors and more

Query editors

Query editors are available for all the supported data sources like PostgreSQL, Firestore, etc. Query editots can be used to build & edit queries.

Mobile layout

ToolJet switches to mobile layout on small screens. Widgets can be displayed on desktop layout, mobile layout or both.

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Collaborate with your team

Add comments anywhere on the canvas to collaborate with your colleagues. Comments can be used to get every stakeholder on the same page.

Tag your team

You can tag other users who have access to the application in comments.

Resolve conversations

The conversations can be marked as resolved by the creator of the conversation.

Built for Developers

ToolJet comes with the convenience of a visual builder but supports writing JavaScript code almost anywhere in the builder. Want to convert the timestamps to human readable format? you can just write the expression in double brackets like: {{ moment([2007, 0, 29]).fromNow() }}

Open-source

Developers can fork, extend and use ToolJet. ToolJet is built using JavaScript ( NestJS + ReactJS ). Found a bug? Create an issue on GitHub or send a pull request.

Write custom JS code

JS code can be used almost anywhere in the editor. ToolJet's code suggestions dropdown will help you include dynamic variables in your code as you type.

Preview queries

You can run the queries from the editor, preview the query results and the depended components will automatically refresh the data shown.

State inspector

State inspector helps you to check the current state of queries and components.

Deploy anywhere

You can use ToolJet cloud for a fully managed solution. If you want to self-host ToolJet, we have guides on deploying ToolJet on Kubernetes, AWS EC2, Docker, Heroku and more.

ToolJet Cloud offers a fully-managed hosted solution. You can even export your apps from cloud later if you want to self-host ToolJet.

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Docker images for every version of ToolJet are available on Docker Hub. You can easily run ToolJet using Docker Compose.

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ToolJet can be deployed on your Kubernetes clusters. We also have specific guides for deploying on GKE and AWS EKS.

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We build and release public AMIs for every new version of ToolJet. You just need to set some variables and run a setup script.

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Heroku one click deployment is the easiest way to deploy ToolJet on Heroku. The config uses free dynos by default.

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ToolJet can be deployed on Google Cloud Run using Cloud SQL as the db. This makes it easy to scale your ToolJet containers.

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